ASP.NET 2.0 provides the ObjectDataSource control to enable you to connect data binding controls to data objects and components. Find out how to select data and display it in a GridView by binding to an ObjectDataSource.
Articles Written by Mark Strawmyer
Learn about blocking versus unblocking sockets, and about the use of generics and a sample socket connection pool.
The Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 has made several improvements to the System.DirectoryServices namespace. They expand your ability to interact with your enterprise Active Directory.
With the .NET Framework 2.0 release now available, you can explore the C# 2.0 iterators feature. Examine the iterators design pattern and find out what it takes to implement and then modify it manually.
Explore the built-in ASP.NET HTTP handlers and then learn how to create your own custom handlers. When you're done, you'll be able to enable special handling within your Web applications.
Explore dynamic code compilation with a demonstration that creates new assemblies on the fly and compiles them in memory. This functionality has a number of potential uses and benefits.